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it up tonight. >> happy as can be. we finally get -- maybe get a championship back in the city again. >> we really think tonight's the night. and we're so excited. we've been fans since they came here in 2005. >> oh, yeah. go nats! >> reporter: everybody's excited. we saw a young lady just pass by, full mustache and beard, said, i'm not shaving until we clinch. people are going to all sorts of extremes in order to make sure that this one is in the bag. you also have the other lingering question, will teddy finally win? we'll have to see about that one. live at nats park, erica gonzalez, news4. >>> after operating for more than 60 years on the potomac river there's a controversial coal-burning power plant there that's shut down today for good. it's the plant located on north royal street in alexandria. it opened back in 1949. for the last several years, that facility was criticized as the biggest source of air pollution in northern virginia, maryland and the district. people who live in that area and the city government worked to shut it down. at a press conference today, the closure
city, has been the site of fierce fighting this weekend. holy williams has more. >> reporter: the syrian rebels are targeting the government's airbases. this video was posted on-line and claims to show opposition fighters firing at a military airport just outside of aleppo. their goal is to weaken the regime's air force. government warplanes have bombarded rebel positions, and their lightly armed opposition is normally powerless to stop them. but much of the fighting is still at street level. this internet video appears to come from where the rebels and regime are fighting for control of city blocks. and this is aleppo's med evil market, part of the world heritage set a blaze during fighting and now reduced to a charred skeleton. opposition groups say that syria's bloody civil war has claimed more than 30,000 lives. these bodies are said to have been discovered in damascus, a dozen men dead but we don't know who they were or why they were killed. the regime claims it can defeat the rebels. on syrian state television government soldiers showed off what they said was an opposit
war in its largest city with air strikes and artillery blasting neighborhoods in aleppo, a city of three million people. for two months, the assad dictatorship has been trying to crush rebels there. we were struck by these pictures today, assad's military wiped out a home with a family inside. the entire neighborhood tried to claw through the radioruins but workers could rescue only two of 11 family members. prosecutors in los angeles say they finally have the real name of that mysterious man behind the anti-islamic movie that has ignited riots all across the middle east. the man now known as mark youseff in a california jail, held without bond. at least 50 people have been killed in protests linked to the film, so we asked john blackstone to tell us more about the man and his motives. >> reporter: on the set of his controversial movie, the mysterious filmmaker called himself sam bacile. prosecutors knew him as nakoula nakoula, convicted of check fraud in 2010. in court yesterday he identified himself as mark basselly youseff this man of many names is now under arrest for violat
been expected the last couple weeks but to see the celebration go down in the city where most of us have battered fan syndrome was something to behold. the team went back on to the field to thank the fans and made a lap around the entire stadium. two years removed from back to back 100 lost seasons. the nationals have knocked the phillies off that national league east perch. >> you've been dreaming about this for years. is it like you imagined it would be? >> absolutely. what a better team to enjoy this with. we have got a great group of guys. i love everybody on this team. they've done a great job. and for the first time, this is pretty unbelievable. it is speechless. >> you cannot even imagine it. as much as you want to see it on have the have the there's nothing like being soaked and freezing and smelling like beer and champagne. no better feeling in the world. >> we're excited. we work so hard for this. right now we just try to enjoy it. i know tomorrow is another game. but this is a moment in life that we're never going to forget. i'm too excited. i can't even stand still. i'm
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